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Re: Max Prefixes Configured on Customer BGP

  • From: Joe Wood
  • Date: Thu Aug 15 21:30:17 2002

On Fri, 16 Aug 2002, Niels Bakker wrote:

> >> But instead you prefer a "lazy" NOC, where you need manual intervention in
> >> case you screw up a filter list on your end to re-enable the BGP session?
> > No, instead I prefer to do all route filtering on my (cust) side, and have
> > the ISP do filtering based on AS PATH, be it ^CUST-AS_ or configured off
> > the RADB......
>
> (Well, if a customer is accidentally leaking a full table then ^CUST-AS_
>  will still match everything they send you...)

True, but my point is that if ISP is doing filtering based on ^CUST-AS_
they should be implementing _some_ sort of protection against full table
leaks.

Regards,

Joe





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